Top Vacation Routes To Bucharest

Many holiday routes lead to Bucharest, the most comfortable of which is by air. Henri Coanda International Airport in Otopeni is served by numerous airlines. Another important transport hub in Bucharest is the Gara de Nord international train station. In addition to the local and long-distance trains of the Romanian State Railways, international trains also run here. One of the cheapest holiday routes to Bucharest is the long-distance bus ride, which is offered from Frankfurt, Berlin, Hamburg, Dortmund, and Munich, among others. In Bucharest itself, a good local transport network consists of four metro lines as well as numerous buses and trams. Decide on a package tour to Bucharest and take advantage of the cheap online offers!

When is the best time to go to Bucharest?

The best time to travel to Bucharest is generally from April to October. Especially in spring and autumn, a trip to the Romanian metropolis can be combined with extensive hiking tours in the Carpathian Mountains. Those who want to spend their winter vacation in the well-developed ski areas of Romania usually travel through Bucharest. When you visit, Bucharest also depends on your personal interests. For example, the art biennial, launched in 2005, regularly attracts visitors from all over the world. Plan your trip to Bucharest according to your wishes here!

Where can you find the best hotels in Bucharest?

You are spoiled for choice where to stay in Bucharest. In addition to centrally located 5-star hotels such as the Athenee Palace Hilton, the Grand Hotel Continental, or the stylish Epoque Hotel near the Cismigiu Park, you will find numerous simpler hotels and guest houses as well as unbeatably priced hostels. Free WiFi has long been a matter of course in many of the city’s youth hostels. Remember to book your trips to Bucharest early and take advantage of the complete affordable offers!

How long should I stay there?

If you can stay longer, trips in the area are recommended. You will fall in love with Romania, its landscapes and its people – and in the end, the question will not be how long you should stay, but how quickly you will come back!